We Must Say NO to Daniel Michael Andrews #1 OXI

Out of the glorious democratic culture of Greece, courageous people in Victoria are rising up against the Socialist Left tyranny of Premier Daniel Michael Andrews.

In 1940, the Greek Prime Minister created the national legend of saying “Oxi” or “No” to tyrants like Mussolini. This story is now now celebrated in Greece with a holiday on October 28th every year.

Now in Melbourne, proud freedom fighting Greek democrats and many other people are standing up to say, “No” to Premier Daniel Michael Andrews.

These are not fake, synthetic career politicians telling lies to get votes.

These are people standing up for parental, human and democratic rights against a government which uses bullets, jail and police (even including one physical and sexual assault at the entrance to a cathedral) against those of us who stand up for our rights.

Who will stay the course and who will join us?

Geoff Fox, October 17, 2022, Melbourne, Down Under

Women Against Andrews #3 Anastacia and Angelique

On October 28, 1940, the Greek people stood up for freedom through their prime minister’s legendary statement: “Ohi” (“No!”) in response to the demands of Mussolini’s fascist tyranny.

Now in October 2022, proud Greek women Anastacia and Angelique unequivocally reject the increasingly totalitarian Socialist Left leadership of Daniel Michael Andrews.

Anastacia and Angelique say OHI to Andrews.

God bless the spirit of freedom which the cradle of democracy can still bring to our world.

Geoff Fox, October 15, 2022, Melbourne, Australia.

Women For Freedom #11 Di

Formally, Di is a former police officer from New South Wales with wonderfully beautiful eyes that see the need for truth.

But in what Di does, I see a new type of police work to either reform or replace a justice system in Australia which may have been politicised to the point of no return.

I see this brave, honest woman as a new Lady Di to inspire the world.

Di writes:

“I joined the NSW police in 2010. I worked in General Duties and Domestic Violence in a large rural town within the Hunter Valley. I was deployed to the border at Albury/Wodonga when it first closed in July 2020 where I started to question the validity of responses to the pandemic.

I looked into the pandemic responses after realising that the public health orders were contradictory to federal legislation namely the Biosecurity Act and that we did not hold the power to do what was being asked of us. I am now outside the police force because of PTSD.

I am a member of Cops for Truth and Police for Freedom sharing information and raising awareness with other former police from around Australia who have been stood down or been sacked by police forces within Australia.”

God bless Di.

God Bless Truth.

God Bless Freedom.

Geoff Fox, 11/10/2022, Down Under

Couples For Freedom #1 Chloe and Mike

Gardener philosopher Mike and his partner Chloe both had caring jobs.

Chloe looked after old people and Mike looked after Mother Earth in the foodbowl of Victoria.

When they lost their jobs because they would not bow to tyranny, they lost their home.

Now they are both freedom fighters.

They are pure, righteous and strong, and freer than ever.

God Bless Freedom.

God Bless Mike and Chloe.

Geoff Fox, 10/10/2022, Down Under in Hellbourne

Aussie Freedom Fighters #11 Javin – Call For Solidarity

Javin’s dad is a king of the Taggers.

So Javin is a prince in more ways than one.

Like many others he is a victim of terrifying oppression and denial of basic rights in the police state of Victoria.

But Javin speaks up and calls on others to join him.

God Bless Freedom

Geoff Fox, 7th October, 2022, Down Under

Attention King Charles #2 What Do You Stand For Now?

King Charles,

My current problems in the police state of Victoria began when I was dragged through psychological hell by the police here in 2016 to protect an ALP politician in government from doing the job of being a people’s representative.

On 9/11 this year, during the memorial service for your mother at your church, St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne, things got worse. Click here for a detailed account. In a nutshell, when I tried to tell police that they had human rights responsibilities, (here I use the words of the Dean of the Cathedral written to me at 3.02 p.m. today AEST to describe what happened): “Victoria Police arrested you on the forecourt of the Cathedral. I believe that you have no reason to lie to me when you tell me that you were manhandled by the police in a way that you describe to be a low-grade sexual assault.”

Today I reluctantly agreed to meet the Dean at a building behind the cathedral to try to find a solution. He just wouldn’t even walk outside the building to a place one minutes walk away where discussion of human rights issues would have felt right to me.

A bit after 2.15 p.m. the Dean spoke to me about what happened to me at his church on 9/11 as if he didnt know what happened. 15 days after the event. It took 15 days for him to talk to a victim of sexual assault by police at the entrance to his cathedral. Anglican authorities who work closely with him were informed of the incident by me the following day (9/12), as I recall.

I exploded with anger at this point, about 2.20 p.m. today, at the Dean, and, shortly afterwards at the man who accompanied him. I wish I hadn’t, but I did. I had tried very hard to get the Dean to agree to meet at a more appropriate location for human rights issues, but the Dean just didn’t see how asking a man traumatised by sexual assualt to meet him at the complex of buildings where the assualt happened was gob smackingly insensitive.

And to day the Dean has written to me (3.02 p.m.) that the answer to this situation is to get the assault dealt with by complaining to the organisation whose personnel committed the crime.

Again, gob smackingly insensitive to me.

FYI, King Charles, I have begun formal complaints on human rights grounds to the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission about both The Dean of St Paul’s conduct in response to police attacks on me at the entrance to the Cathedral and Archbishop Philip Freier’s conduct in response to the same police attacks on me at the entrance to the Cathedral.

Victoria Police might be treating Victorians worse now that they did when their predecessors persecuted Irishman Ned Kelly in the late 1800’s and turned him into a national hero.

It is very every healing for me in this time of a profound emotional trauma to commune with Ned:

Communing with the amour of Ned Kelly in a sanctum of refuge for me in the police state of Victoria.

It seems to me that two of your subordinates, the Dean and the Archbishop are in this matter not up to the job of treating a male victim of sexual assault with sensitivity and respect. I believe the story of their best and their worst makes compelling reading.

Will you tolerate the trashing of human rights at your mother’s memorial service without making any comment, King Charles?

What sort of king are you going to be ?

I’d rather plant environmentalist WW2 memorial trees with you than send an open letter like this.

But such is life.

Geoff Fox, 26th September, 2022, Down Under


Charles III in 2021, while still a prince, with Jo Biden at a climate change conference.

Attention King Charles: Daniel Michael Andrews Is A Criminal in Government In Victoria

King Charles,

you face enormous challenges to hold together the best values of our British heritage which have spread around the world.

In Melbourne, Australia, an arrogant, inhuman, stupid, selfish man named Daniel Michael Andrews has caused too much misery to his own people to be ignored.

But people are speaking out and their voices will prevail.

Freedom Party leader Morgan C Jonas talks to the people of Melbourne about Victorian Premier Daniel Michael Andrews

Commentator Rebekah Spelman writes:

“I fully agree with Morgan, who is the most honorable man I’ve ever met.

Andrews is clearly a power hungry despot and a coward. He won’t offer any evidence for why he imposed such harsh lockdowns on Melbourne and regional Victoria. 

I believe Andrews knows he couldn’t get to power without cheating, and he’s too spineless to ever answer accusations against him. A coward says “I can’t recall”.

I would like to see Daniel Michael Andrews arrested and tried, then when found guilty, prosecuted as harshly as our laws allow; which in my view is not harshly enough.”

When good people do nothing, evil triumphs.

Becky Spelman and Morgan Jonas fill me with hope that good can triumph.

King Charles, please don’t ignore their voices.

If you speak up for freedom, you will be a great king.

Geoff Fox, 25th September, 2022, Commonwealth Of Australia

Open Letter To Andreas Loewe: Please Talk With Me And Our Uncle Glenn

Dean,

Existing below the supreme power of God, not all powers on our earth are equal.

In Western societies, justice systems are failing the people again and again and again.

Sharing my friendship with Al Godfrey with you was one of the highlights of my artistic endeavours for Australia in Indonesia.

Myself in Morotai, Indonesia with an image of Al Godfrey.

We should have followed through on the spirit of international friendship in what we did with Al. Instead I have suffered terrible denial of my rights by police who appear to have been at your cathedral.

I have just submitted this human rights complaint to Victorian Equal Opportunity And Human Rights Commissioner Ro Allen.

“Ro Allen,

with a heavy heart, I name the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral, Jost Andreas Loewe, as a respondent in this human rights complaint relating to the nature of his Cathedral’s relationship with Victoria Police and insensitivity and failure to properly address issues raised by me with him.

I do this under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 both both section 10 B  (A person must not treated or punished in a cruel, inhuman or degrading way) and Section15.2 (Every person has the right to freedom of expression which includes the freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, whether within or outside Victoria and whether— (a) orally; or (b) in writing; or (c) in print;)

and also Sections

12 Right to freedom of movement 

Section 12 – Your right to freedom of movementUnder section 12 of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities, every person who is lawfully in Victoria h…

14 Right to freedom of thought, conscience and belief

16 Right to peaceful assembly and freedom of association

18 Right to take part in public life

19 Right to protection of cultural rights

21 Right to liberty and security of person

Geoff Fox”

Dean, in this matter I look to a higher power than any western pretense of justice in the Police State of Victoria to resolve what’s gone wrong between you and me: Associate Professor Uncle Glenn Loughrey’s unique combination of ancient and modern knowledge may be the mediator you and I need.

While Uncle Glenn does not profess to have all the answers to everything, he is willing to listen.

Dean, will you talk with me and Uncle Glenn, just the three of us, and see if we can resolve the differences we have in accordance with an ancient culture which is probably much better attuned to human needs than anything which owes its origins to the pernicious lies and still pervasive methodology of the doctrine of Terra Nullius?

Dean, can you and I try to do this The Aboriginal Way?

Geoff Fox, proud son of “Rick” Fox and proud grandson of Clarissa Fox (nee Howard), who just might have been the granddaughter of Johnny Mullagh, or one of his teammates.

My paternal grandmother, Clarissa Fox.

22 September, 2022

Open Letter To Philip Freier: Please Talk With Me And Our Uncle Glenn

Archbishop,

Existing below the supreme power of God, not all powers on our earth are equal.

In Western societies, justice systems are failing the people again and again and again.

I have just submitted this human rights complaint to Victorian Equal Opportunity And Human Rights Commissioner Ro Allen.

“Ro Allen,

with a heavy heart, I name Archbishop Philip Leslie Freier as a respondent in this human rights complaint relating to insensitivity and failure to properly address issues raised by me with him.

I do this under the  Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 both section 10 B  (A person must not treated or punished in a cruel, inhuman or degrading way) and Section 15.2 (Every person has the right to freedom of expression which includes the freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, whether within or outside Victoria and whether— (a) orally; or (b) in writing; or (c) in print;)

Geoff Fox”

Archbishop, in this matter I look to a higher power than any western pretense of justice in the Police State of Victoria to resolve what’s gone wrong between you and me: Associate Professor Uncle Glenn Loughrey’s unique combination of ancient and modern knowledge may be the mediator you and I need.

While Uncle Glenn does not profess to have all the answers to everything, he is willing to listen.

Archbishop, will you talk with me and Uncle Glenn, just the three of us, and see if we can resolve the differences we have in accordance with an ancient culture which is probably much better attuned to human needs than anything which owes its origins to the pernicious lies and still pervasive methodology of the doctrine of Terra Nullius?

Archbishop, can you and I try to do this The Aboriginal Way?

Geoff Fox, proud grandson of Clarissa Fox (nee Howard), who just might have been the granddaughter of Johnny Mullagh, or one of his teammates.

My paternal grandmother, Clarissa Fox.

Postscript. (26/9/2022)

Archbishop, you have helped me with my concept of being anglo-islamic this year.

You memorial tree planting collaboration with Bishop David Farrer enriched my progressive-conservative environmentalist website this year.

I am still thinking about the possibility of the compatibility of my core beliefs with becoming Anglican.

But every day on which you do not discuss my complaint against you of human rights violations against me based on your response to my treatment by police at the entrance to St Pauls Cathedral on 9/11 this year during the QE2 memorial service, is a day on which you dig a deeper hole for your self with respect to those violations.

Is this what your new boss King Charles would want you to do?

Is this what Jesus would do?

The Word = Logos = discourse = talking with me.

Victoria Police Human Rights Violations And Physical And Low-Grade Sexual Assault During Queen Elizabeth Memorial Service In Melbourne

“It has always been easy to hate and destroy. To build and to cherish is much more difficult.” – Queen Elizabeth The Second

I love St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne.

Owing to the wonderful freedoms the Cathedral gives to creative people, I have created online art there this year (for my Indonesianist website) about my own complex spiritual journey, which is now taking me closer to Anglicanism than I have ever been before in my life.

Last Sunday, I went to the Cathedral at about 6 p.m. to see if I could attend the memorial service for Queen Elizabeth The Second. As I approached the entrance I was able to say hello to a very interesting looking man carrying the Aboriginal flag. He was a Wathaurong man. As I understand it, Wathaurong is an aboriginal nation or language group located to the west of Melbourne.

The back of the Cathedral was extremely crowded and at that time it was impossible for me to see anything over people’s heads except the roof. It was also a little difficult to clearly hear everything.

I decided it might be more worthwhile for me to go outside and talk with the Wathaurong man.

I overhead a woman in good, dark clothes talking with him about the possibility of arresting him and I tried to talk with her about the human rights implications of threatening a non violent First Nations man with arrest. She told me that she was offended by me saying that she had threatened him with arrest. I told her that I was offended by her saying she was offended by what I had said. I now realise that her taking of offense proved to me that she did not understand freedom of speech.

Soon after that, the Wathaurong man was in discussions with a man at the cathedral entrance and dressed in a similar way to the afore mentioned woman.

Believing that there were potential human rights problems brewing here, I tried to be a go between and possible conciliator since it seemed to me that police were probably keeping an aboriginal man out of the cathedral.

Based on my very brief conversation with him, this man believes his people hold full sovereignty over their ancestral lands. I dont know enough about this belief yet to fully or partially ascribe to it or fully reject it, but I feel strongly that, like any real problem, First Nations claims to sovereignty in Australia must be discussed and addressed with something that gives Australia’s original first Australians a better place but probably not fully independent soveriegnty over Australian lands.

Police asked me to move on. I asked if I was committing a crime. The reply was to move on.

I stuck to my guns stating there were human rights issues. I believe in living in The Word which for me means discussing what needs to be discussed. I consider that to be both a right and a responsibility.

Police dragged me away from the cathedral. I resisted that and in the scuffle, I  was pushed to the ground and held to the ground with a level of force way above what is needed for a small group of younger police officers to subdue a peaceful, but talkative, potbellied 65 year old like me.

I was now very angry and began shouting things like “Freedom of religion.”, “Freedom of speech.” , “My dad faced Japanese bullets in World War Two in Balikpapan so Australia would be free.” and “This is a police state.”

It would be a great shame if my noise caused a problem for those mourning in the cathedral, but I do not think what i was doing was completely out of sync with the beliefs of Queen Elizabeth herself. On the 9th of October 1964, HRH said, “It is my ardent desire that no citizen in my realms should suffer restraint.”

I was then frisked. This included a finger or two going down the back of my underpants between my buttocks.

I felt exceedingly uncomfortable and profoundly degraded by that.

As I recall, I said something about the finger or fingers in my underpants, but no one from the small gang of police officers made any response.

The police then took me to the Swanston St seats at the Cathedral’s side and asked me my name.

I told them I would give my name if they gave me an event number for a police investigation into Shane Andrew Patton’s culpability in the false imprisonment of Cardinal George Pell.

This question was repeated by quite a few police officers over the next hour or so and I gave variously worded but substantially unchanging responses. I did my best to impress on those officers willing to listen to me, that Patton’s crimes are much more important business for the police or other more willing authorities to sort out, than halting my human rights and religious conversations in front of the cathedral.

I was taken to a lockup and photographed and fingerprinted.

The cell I was placed in had a toilet and a camera on the wall close to the roof. this camera looked like it could see everything if someone who used the toilet was not very careful about how they used it. There was no toilet paper provided.

Finger prints revealed my identity  and I was released. Police officers told me charges would be mailed to me.

Not knowing where I was and not granted the ride back to the city which I requested, I eventually found my way back to town.

Rebekah Spelman opposing restraints on citizens in Melbourne.

My conservative, libertarian friend Rebekah Spelman has had this to say about my account of what happened:

“That’s a frightful experience, Geoff.

It sounds to me like VicPol dragged you through the gauntlet as far as they did in order to not lose face or give up ground.

What an absolute waste of resources, not to mention the needless suffering or angst for you. I hope you’re alright.

You committed no crime.

They gave you The Full Treatment.

This is what our tax payer dollars are going to.

Meanwhile a friend of mine lives next door to known junkie criminals who blatantly and repeatedly break into her backyard and shed to steal, and the police can’t do a thing at all.

This state is rotten and the problem starts at the top.”

I agree with Becky.

That is why I tried to get the police to focus more on the crimes of Shane Andrew Patton than on violating my human rights to freedom of speech, to freedom of association, to freedom of movement, to freedom of religion and to freedom from degrading and humiliating treatment.

But the most important thing here for me now is not the police violation of my human rights or the physical or low-grade sexual assault against me.

I reported a crime to them.

They did not investigate or respect the report I made.

That’s one more reason that I have the right and responsibility to call the country of my birth a police state.

Geoff Fox, 13th November, 2022, Terror Australis

Becky Spelman telling it like it is outside the mammoth police headquarters in Melbourne.